Enliven the Guest Experience: Interactive Experiences and Performances
We are creating an environment that encourages guests to participate in entirely new ways.
- Interactive Experiences - New exhibits encourage guests to get involved with hands-on learning opportunities, and our staff is eager to help make each guest's experience come alive. The newly constructed Earth Revealed exhibit is a prime example of an exhibit that fosters engagement and discussion among guests around the topic of climate change and global weather patterns. Learn More
- Surprising Performances - The Museum's dramatic spaces feature unique performances and large-scale demonstrations such as "Bangs, Flashes and Fire," which teaches the chemistry behind fire, explosions and flashes of color. We will also use the Museum's dramatic spaces to present unique performances such as "Bodies in Motion," an aerial acrobatic routine that inspires guests to consider the beauty and complexity of the human body.
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about the museum
The Museum of Science and Industry opened its doors in 1933 and is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere.